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..I just noticed that Larry has joined the fold here....welcome aboard Larry....enjoy your stay.
Great new CD, Larry. Welcome.
Big fan of yours here. Love the mando playing on Rice, Rice, Hillman & Peterson stuff.
One question... Is there anywhere I can get a CD version of the "Larry & Wyatt Rice" album? I have it on cassette, and it contains two of my all-time favorites: the instrumental "Uncle Larry's Garden", and "Did She Mention My Name."
Thanks for any info you can provide...
..and..how about some history on your mando...what year Gibson is it and how did it come about having the vine inlay in the fingerboard?..thanks.
Great mandolin and vocal contributions for many years and many more! I would also like to purchase the Larry&Wyatt CD. My tape wore out yrs ago. Wasn't there a good waltz called Martin's Waltz on there? I haven't heard it in yrs.
I saw you with Wyatt and Santa Cruz at Gettysburg Festival about 8 yrs ago. Great shows. On that Thurs. night you played on the workshop stage. The first group(I will not name)came in Limo's, formal suits, a loar mandolin. They were out of tune, and awful. Santa Cruz followed. It was chilly and a very small crowd. You four crawled out of a couple small cars with your instruments and suitcases packed in. You got on stage and set that place on fire! What a show! Vestal on banjo. You and Wyatt, of course. Who was the bass player? I can't remember, except that he sounded like Cowan. It couldn't have been him, could it? Enough rambling. Thanks for great music, and the mandolin workshop you did that Saturday at Gettysburg.
Ha! Larry is going to wish he never logged onto this site - too many fans!! http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif